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timesaver traffic is at 4:55. back to you. >>> ucla researchers are using a gene therapy to restore the immune systems of children with the so-called bubble boy disease. >> teresa garcia has more on this breakthrough research. >> reporter: the amesley family has been dealing with a rare disease since their son was born. >> he started getting really bad coughs, sol mitting and throwing up. >> reporter: 5-year-old colton has severe combined immune deficiency or skid also known as bubble boy disease. he's missing a gene needed for his immune system to develop. kids with the condition are extremely vulnerable to viruses and bacteria and can die within one to two years if not treated. until now a bone marrow transplant or lifelong enzyme injections were the only option. but now ucla researchers are using an experimental gene therapy with low dose chemotherapy. >> to take some bone marrow from the skid baby and in the laboratory add back to it a normal copy of the gene that they're missing that's causing skid and then transporting them back with their own barrow. >> reporter: just 30 to 4
you are awake is hard at work, even when you are asleep. researchers at ucla say it helps explain how you can more easily recall phone numbers or directions that you have memorized the day before. research easers also found part of the brain is very active underrance sneezia as well. >>> a new study finds something called patient navigate tors can make a critical difference for women with breast cancer. hundreds of hospital and facilities ploy navigate tors to help patients with everything from appointment to insurance. researchers focused on 2600 women in washington dc. those who used navigate tors to get them through the medical system received their diagnosis nearly twice as quickly. >>> nearly after half of children with autism wand heir way from the safety of people they know. researchers from the interactive autism network sampled more than 12 libyan children with autism spectrum disorders and they found children are four times likely to go missing than their unaffected siblings. most children are missing for an average of 41 minutes. >>> time right now, 4:53. that makes to time
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